La Sportiva
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ghengis Khan from Seattle on Saturday, May 19, 2018
    41.5 fit my 9.5 women's AA foot perfectly. Love them. Sturdy boot so far.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Meg in a helicopter from Southern California on Saturday, May 19, 2018
    I ordered these online. Was able to locate a pair in a store before they arrive and was thankful I did. The part of the shoe with the brand name in it is sparkly shiny. Not my style but you can’t see that from the picture. I’m sure these would work well for somebody in a different application. I bought these because I work ground support with our helicopter supporting linemen and power line crews. Sportivas came highly recomended. But I only weigh 120 lbs and when I put these on they were incredibly stiff and killed my back in my first few steps. I was told they take a long time to break in. I immediately knew they weren’t for me. I tried on a pair of Asolos and went with those instead. Those will work better doing the back country/mountain terrain work we do, along with climbing in and out of the helicopter.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joe from NH on Saturday, May 19, 2018
    these are great right out of the box great grip and very comfortable the first hike was 5 miles right out of the box and felt great the whole hike.
  • Reviewed by MP from CA on Friday, May 18, 2018
    I wore these boots to the top of Mt Shasta on May 13, 2018. Fit: I normally wear size US 9.5 - 10 (most often 10), I needed 10.5 in these (Eur 43.5). I usually struggle with toe room, and these did seem narrow at first, but there is plenty of volume and I had no issues whatsoever with my feet going up or coming down, even when doubling up on of the best-fitting boots for my feet I've ever tried. I used universal crampons with no issues (there is a ledge on the heel, but not the toe). These are lightweight for a mountaineering boot, yet very supportive with a stiff sole, perfect for Mt Shasta-like conditions but I wouldn't call it a heavy-duty mountaineering boot. The boot remained dry throughout the trip climbing in the snow; however, they had to save weight somewhere so the insulation is minimal and my feet got very cold (solved that with toe warmers), so one star off for that. I've now put about 25 miles on these boots, mostly in snow and lava-rock, and have had no issues with wear. Overall, I was very happy with my investment and these may become my go-to boots for all my hiking trips no matter what the season or conditions.
  • Reviewed by Mando from Denver, CO on Wednesday, May 16, 2018
    I ordered these and had to return them. The material and color were great but the "large" I ordered was so small I thought I had accidentally ordered a child size large. Would have been very pleased with them if they had fit.
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